|1. Work with MNSIs and Federal and Provincial partners to establish a clear set of objectives for the FICP moving forward that clearly delineates roles and responsibilities and expectations of stakeholders.
||Moving forward, AANDC will work with MNSIs, Federal and Provincial partners to both review and establish a clear set of objectives for the FICP that clearly delineates the roles and responsibilities and expectations of stakeholders.
AANDC will provide leadership to coordinate a process to set clear objectives and to better delineates respective stakeholder roles and responsibilities.
The changing fiscal realities of the new departmental approach to working with AROs will be central factors in this work.
|September 30, 2014
As of 31/03/2014:
Policy work has commenced as well as outreach to federal and provincial partners. Work will accelerate in the spring as part of the process to determine a strategy to address the sunsetting of the Powley authority as well as the MNSIRD exercise to clarify roles and responsibilities.
The changing fiscal realities of the new departmental approach to working with AROs has led to the launch, on January 15, 2014, of the new competitive process for project funding for AROs. Over 170 proposals were received and are currently being assessed.
AES: Underway – Work on establishing clear objectives, roles and responsibilities has begun and is accounting for the changing realities affecting Powley and the FICP generally.
|2. Develop a comprehensive Performance Measurement Strategy specific to the FICP and Powley Initiative.
||AANDC will develop a comprehensive Performance Measurement Strategy specific to the FICP and Powley Initiative that will articulate clear and measureable outcomes.
AANDC will take steps to ensure that FICP and Powley Initiative objectives and outcomes are communicated and accessible to all stakeholders and compliant to new fiscal realities of the departmental approach of ARO project funding.
As of 31/03/2014:
A comprehensive Performance Measurement Strategy for Sub-Program 1.2.4 (Métis and Non-Status Indian Relations and Métis Rights Management) has been developed and is proceeding to the approvals process.
As part of the new competitive process for project funding for AROs, MNSI organizations are eligible for funding under theme 3, "Métis and Non-Status Indians Partnerships and Policy Development", which relates directly with the FICP and Powley initiative. This was announced to stakeholders on November 18th, 2013.
AES: Recommend to close - A Performance Measurement Strategy for 1.2.4 has been drafted, which should address limitations in performance measurement specific to the FICP.